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Tuesday, October 04, 2005


This is nice tool to visualize EBNF grammar. Here is the description from the site (verbatim)

This program visualizes EBNF (Extended Backus Naur Form) grammar rules as syntax diagrams. A text file with the suffix .ebnf is required, which contains grammar rules written in EBNF. The program parses the rules, visualizes them in form of syntax diagrams and is able to generate .gif files for further use (e.g. in Word or on Web pages). Furthermore the program allows users to manipulate the look and the layout of the generated syntax diagrams.

Get it here

Monday, October 03, 2005

Workflow Resources

PDC Blogger, Patrick Verbruggen has collected a list of WWF resources available here.

Sunday, October 02, 2005

Fun with Microsoft Expression

Acrylic is just so enjoyable and fun to play with. I spent about an hour today exploring some of the features and this is what I ended up with. Just a small sample.

Studio E3 - Home

Found these set of tutorials for Microsoft Acrylic. Annie, the person who wrote these has done a cool job. I love the way she explained the features about paint/stroke etc. I know I'll keep coming back to this once in a while.

Studio E3 - Home